Genus Inkasso – “Under Seals Broken By The Lean Solicitor” Available Now

12 03 2014

Under Seals Broken By The Lean Solicitor, Genus Inkasso’s first release for Immigrant Breast Nest, sandwiches a twenty minute suite of surrealist acousmaticism between two certified breakcore bangers. This release is for anyone curious to hear what it sounds like when breakcore gets broken and leaks. The puddle doesn’t spread, it proliferates; these tracks don’t showcase a scene, they expose a whole ecosystem.

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

Xrin Arms / Mercy Choir split “NEW ANIMAL” out now!

17 10 2013

We’ve captured two Immigrant Breast Nest veterans at the top of their game on “New Animal.” Masters of mutant songcraft, Mercy Choir and Xrin Arms showcase their talents on this split E.P. Neither collaboration nor experimental fusion, “New Animal” is an all out sound-clash; the listener wins.

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

David Morneau Transmutes Chiptunes with “Broken Memory”

6 08 2013

Welcome to “Broken Memory” by David Morneau, Immigrant Breast Nest’s composer-in-residence. Although born from the limited sonic palette of chip-tunes, Morneau is able to coax delightfully unexpected results from the familiar 8-bit chirps and blips in each of these six pieces. Immediately dissolving our preconceptions, “The Black Hallway” leads us to other strange locales, brutal and broken terroir, terminating finally with “Rue D’Auseil” which riddles blips with funk and thumps. Each track title references H.P. Lovecraft’s story The Music of Erich Zann in which the titular hero plays his intense, strange music to keep the demons at bay. It’s apropos, “Broken Memory” is radically creative music for staving off the abyss.

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

Inconclusive Whale Autopsy and Unrealistic Grindcore Return! IWAII!

11 10 2012

Inconclusive Whale Autopsy returns in a blaze of psychic anguish and
impulsive outburst with “IWAII.”  Beginning with the same equation
which spawned their first record, “IWAII” once again solves for X:
minimum duration, maximum goresplosion.

Not content to detonate alone, Inconclusive Whale Autopsy recruited
Xrin Arms, The Toilet, and David B. Applegate to add shrapnel to the
mix.  Xrin Arms disgorges virulence and blocks carrier signals on
Faciem Futuo Fulgur.  The Toilet is legion, whose paint fumes
suffocate the reasonable on Scheißekampf, die Eliminierung.  And David
B. Applegate rips lungs and defaces poetry on Meaty Urologyst.

There’s just enough time for this record before the world ends in
December: “IWAII” squeezes out 10 tracks of premium, unrealistic
grindcore in 9 minutes, 34 seconds.  Birds, butter, and sentient
electromagnetic fields await, the noise of a thousand uncooperative
bits of data.  Having drunk from the twin streams of Crystal Pepsi and
Zima, the lifeblood of Inconclusive Whale Autopsy is renewed and

The killing is necessary, the looting pays for the next expedition.

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

David B. Applegate – A bit obliterated available now!

24 06 2012

A bit obliterated

David B. Applegate – A bit obliterated

New blown-out tracks for summer by David B. Applegate have arrived.  We hope you enjoy this music as much as we do, it elevates shapes to the next level, displays millions of colors, and breeds octopi by the bucketful.  Do not sleep!

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)


Latest B’ak’tun Waning track from Joy Through Noise and new I.B.N. web stuff!

21 05 2012

Joy Through Noise bangs the latest apocalyptic industrial through your speakers with May’s installment of B’ak’tun Waning, Saturn. Grinding rhythms, scalding noise blasts, and deep bass remind you that the apocalypse isn’t pretty, although it can be a lot of fun. Get it from our new bandcamp page:

Oh, yes, you may have noticed that we’ve moved all our releases to bandcamp and that now points to the releases! All of your Immigrant Breast Nest favorites are there and we look forward to putting up a ton more great music for you. Preview the entire I.B.N. catalog, download it, listen to it on the bus. And then there’s this page, which is the blog/news area. You can navigate between the two using the handy header at the top. Releases–>bandcamp. Blog–>blog. You’ll get the hang of it, don’t worry. And if you don’t, it’s ok, the world will be over in a few short months anyway.

Derek Tibs (CEO. Immigrant Breast Nest)

Speak Onion- The Illusion of Depth E.P. Available Now!

27 01 2012

Speak Onion- The Illusion of Depth

Just in time for tonight’s big show, Speak Onion drops his finest and latest crop of crushing drum’n’noise. Download and get it into your earholes, and then come out tonight in Brooklyn to see it live!

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

Immigrant Breast Nest Profiled on Solipsistic NATION podcast

19 12 2011


The excellent Solipsistic NATION podcast features Immigrant Breast Nest this week. This includes a fresh mix of I.B.N. tracks as well as an interview with Dan “Speak Onion” Abatemarco and David B. Applegate. Want to know the story behind the Immigrant Breast Nest name? Want to know the origins of the AMSCRAY release? Want to hear a new and unreleased Speak Onion track? You’ll find all that plus great music on this week’s profile of Immigrant Breast Nest on Solipsistic NATION.

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

AMSCRAY Remixes of The Scrams’ Garage Rock Available Now!

11 11 2011

AMSCRAY: The Scrams Get Scrambled

Immigrant Breast Nest brings you a brand new collection of remixes, this time taking the wild garage rock of The Scrams and pushing it way out into I.B.N.-style aural chaos. Our best electronics geniuses have been hard at work in the lab mutating these tracks, and the results are ready for you.

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

David B. Applegate- Index of bad companions Available Now!

9 07 2011

David B. Applegate- Index of bad companions

Immigrant Breast Nest is extremely proud to announce that its 25th release, David B. Applegate‘s Index of bad companions, is now up in the releases section. Packed full of damaged waveforms and deranged rhythms slipping on and off the grid, this record is the perfect way to celebrate 25 strong records from I.B.N.